The sign is in the house where Hanoch Levin lived - playwright, director, poet, writer and screenwriter, born in Tel Aviv, Israel (1943-1999)
One of the greatest playwrights of modern times in Israel. Known for his writing that caused controversy in the Israeli public, in particular the play "Queen of the Bath" which presented the political situation after the Six Day War, and included much criticism of Israels pride after the war. After demonstrations and protests, the show was dropped after only a month and a half.
Hanoch Levin wrote about 62 plays, he also wrote many poems.
Won the Bialik Prize for Fine Literature (1994).
He lived in this house from the beginning of the 90s until the day of his death (1999). The sign was placed in the house in 2009
The following photos taken on the same day show the location of the sign and the building Click for a larger image Click for a larger image
Hanoch Levin’s childhood home is immortalized on a separate sign Click for sign's details